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Welcome to the INKEY Blog. Where we spread and share our skincare knowledge with you!

Retinol is a commonly used ingredient in skin care products world-wide, but why? It's all because of the many benefits found in this derivative of Vitamin A.

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If you struggle with breakouts, you’ve probably heard of these ingredients before: Salicylic Acid and Benzoyl Peroxide. Both are key for keeping skin clear and smooth, but they do so in totally different ways.

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After getting breakouts under control, we’re often left with dark or textured post-blemish marks. Learn about what acne scarring is, why using Retinol can help and what strength of Retinol you should be using.

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Glass Skin is the Korean beauty term for a smooth, dewy, poreless look (think: a piece of glass). We’ll take you through a step-by-step guide on how to achieve glass skin with a quick daily lineup of INKEY products.

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Consider us your token skincare friend. Meet, Real Results with INKEY. This is our dedicated series where we pass off the mic to our very own customers, who will share their reviews and recommendations on some of our products.

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We're here to share how to best incorporate the popular retinoid into your everyday life, what you should know about it, and how to best use it to achieve the most benefits and results.

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Introducing your new hyperpigmentation hero - Mandelic Acid. A member of the Alpha Hydroxy Acid family, we’ve formulated this gentle treatment to target marks and scarring caused by breakouts as well as pigmentation concerns. 

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Tranexamic Acid is our go to ingredient to treat pigmentation concerns - whether that’s uneven tone, melasma, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, dark/light patches or scarring from acne and breakouts. Find out more about the benefits of Tranexamic Acid, how to use it and what other products you can use alongside to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and scarring.

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There are a few reasons why acne scars occur. Firstly, not all acne will result in scarring and even if it does, there are plenty of treatments to reduce their appearance and help them disappear completely. Learn what can cause scarring, how to get rid of scarring and prevent the risk of them occurring.

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